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Revenues Withering Away From Old-School Voice Calls

Figures on the total international telephone calls conducted during Norouz in recent years suggest a downward trend in use of traditional means of communication and highlight the fact that the gloss has been taken off phone business
Data shows that the gloss has been taken off phone business.  Data shows that the gloss has been taken off phone business.
Since 2015, the total duration of calls conducted during Norouz has more than halved from 90 million minutes in 2015, to 43 million minutes in 2018

Iranians have been following the global trend in shunning old-school telephony and opting for Voice over Internet Protocol services. 
Figures on the total international telephone calls conducted during Norouz (Iranian New Year holiday season from March 21 to April 2) in recent years suggest a downward trend in use of traditional means of communication and highlight the fact that the gloss has been taken off phone business.  
Data since 2015 testifies to a declining trend in the past four years. Since 2015, the total duration of calls during Norouz has more than halved from 90 million minutes in 2015, to 43 million minutes in 2018, ISNA reported.

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